|Lawyer Impulsively Jumps In Front of Train: Effexor, like All A/D’s, Can Cause Impulsivness|
|Suicide||Med For Depression||2011-11-11||England||Physician Kills Himself Shortly After Starting an A/D|
|Personality Drained Away/Huge Weight Gain||Med For Depression||2011-11-10||England||After Many Years on A/D’s, Man Felt Like His Personaity Was Drained Away & He Became Obese|
|Violence||Med For Depression||2011-11-10||Canada||Man Strikes an Ax at a Neighbor|
|Death||Antidepressant||2011-11-10||England||23 Year Old Woman Dies of Cardio-Respiratory Arrest: High Level of A/D’s in Body: No Alcohol or Drug|
|Suicide||Celexa Antidepressant||2011-11-10||England||Woman, 73, Kills Herself While on Celexa|
|Murder-Suicide||Prozac||2011-11-09||California||Man Kills Two Police Officers & Himself|
|Heart Disease||Med For Depression||2011-11-09||Global||++Depression Meds Are More Likely to Cause Heart Disease|
|Murder Attempt||Med For Depression||2011-11-08||Malta/Mediterranean||Man Attempts to Murder Uncle With Hammer: Confused & Agitated|
|Bizarre Behavior||Lexapro & Desyrel Antidepressants||2011-11-08||California||+Famous Actress Kim Richards Exhibits Bizarre Behavior on TV|
|Dulled Mind/Numbed Body||Zoloft||2011-11-07||Georgia||Woman Physician Quits Zoloft: Tells How She Recovered From Depression|
|Suicide||Med For Depression||2011-11-07||Texas||Woman Drives Her Car Into Lake|
|Suicide||Antidepressants||2011-11-05||Ohio||Soldier, 22, Kills Himself: Black Box Warning on Suicidality for This Age Group|
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The field of pharmacogenomics and pharmacogenetics provides a promising science base for vaccine research and development. A broad range of phenotype/genotype data combined with high-throughput genetic sequencing and bioinformatics are increasingly being integrated into this emerging field of vaccinomics. This paper discusses the hypothesis of the ‘immune response gene network’ and genetic (and bioinformatic) strategies to study associations between immune response gene polymorphisms and variations in humoral and cellular immune responses to prophylactic viral vaccines, such as measles–mumps–rubella, influenza, HIV, hepatitis B and smallpox. Immunogenetic studies reveal promising new vaccine targets by providing a better understanding of the mechanisms by which gene polymorphisms may influence innate and adaptive immune responses to vaccines, including vaccine failure and vaccine-associated adverse events. Additional benefits from vaccinomic studies include the development of personalized vaccines, the development of novel vaccines and the development of novel vaccine adjuvants.
As one clinician noted, ‘…vaccines licensed in the USA are safe and effective. However, not every vaccine is equally safe or equally effective in every person’ .